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  Importance of pure water 

As is common knowledge, water is essential to all living things, is regarded as the emblem of life, and is necessary for maintaining good hygiene. Keeping all of this in mind, you can see that while the water must be clear and clean, the location where the water is kept also needs to be clean. This is because, when it comes to the water we store, we frequently make mistakes that result in the location needing to be clearer and cleaner or adhering to hygienic regulations. Therefore, we must recognize this and demonstrate effective performance to address it. To live a disease-free life since contaminated water can lead to the spread of many illnesses, including cholera, dysentery, diarrhea, hepatitis A, typhoid, and polio. Insufficient and lacking for us.

How to clean the water tank? 

Here's a summary of an easy at-home water tank cleaning procedure:


Before starting:

First and foremost, safety! Put on a mask, gloves, and safety glasses to keep your eyes safe from pollutants.
Assemble your materials:

 A bucket, brushes or sponges (preferably non-metallic), hot water, baking soda (optional), and a hose (optional) are required.
After shutting off the water supply, totally empty the tank of water. You can wash non-consumable items or water plants with the drained water.
Time to clean!

Scrub the inside: Wash the tank's walls and floor using a fresh sponge or brush, hot water, a little detergent, or baking soda paste (for particularly tough stains). Be especially aware of any cracks or crevices where material may collect.

Rinse completely: After cleaning, use clean water to thoroughly rinse the interior of the tank. For a thorough rinse, a garden hose can be useful, although a bucket will also do.
Let it dry: Before refilling, leave the tank open and well-ventilated to allow it to dry completely.
Extra advice

After the first scrub, you might want to use a vinegar solution (1 part vinegar to 3 parts water) for really dirty tanks. Then give it a thorough rinse.
Bleach and other harsh chemicals might contaminate the water in your tank, so never use them there.

Use the same cleaning solution you used for the interior of your tank to clean its cover.
Recall that this is a simple cleaning technique. A professional water tank cleaning service should be consulted for extremely sedimented tanks, and substantial cleaning, or disinfection needs.

Bonus! In need of a more thorough manual? Check out our in-depth "How to Clean Your Water Tank at Home Easily" guide on our website; it may contain more instructions or images unique to your kind of tank.

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